New Hampshire Business Review February 27 2009

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Maine's jobless rate reaches 7.8 percent

Price break goes up in smoke for roll-your-own tobacco

N.H. senators table two gambling proposals

Workers' health benefits eyed for taxation

N.H. lawmakers back expanding Healthy Kids insurance up to age 26

Senate OKs unemployment assistance expansion

Concord Hospital gets money from earmark plan

Chief justice wants more money spent on security

Voters leery to OK spending

N.H. hospitals tally $360m in ’07 community benefits

McGrath considering recount for selectman

Senators table two gambling proposals

On kindergarten issue, next step for Hudson isn't entirely clear

Part of sewer-rate hike plan OK'd

State's courts rate poorly, survey of lawyers shows

Vt. governor’s choice: cut 320 jobs or 5% of pay

Wilton voters to weigh several articles on fire station's future

Fort at No. 4 won't open this spring, summer, maybe in the fall

FairPoint wants to put off $11 million debt payment

Budget, road fixes win; fire truck stalls

PSNH study: 1,000 jobs at stake in scrubber project

State's courts rate poorly, survey of lawyers shows

Hollis voters look to cut budget

Senate OKs Healthy Kids for young adults

Vt. jobless rate jumps higher

Brookline votes down new vehicles

House delays housing bill

China’s big recycling market is sagging

Chief justice wants more money spent on security

Chief justice wants more money spent on security

Condos may replace Saunders at Rye Harbor restaurant

Slew of spending measures shot down at Town Meeting

Slew of spending measures shot down at Town Meeting

Entergy admits slogan wording 'unfortunate'

Local AT&T worker claims Mich. call center backed up

Mom gets 2-10 years for abuse of child

Mom gets 2-10 years for abuse of child

Aldermen OK public access station

Speedway plans for roadwork, culvert

Citi's long history of overreach, then rescue

‘Wiring anomaly' led to N.Y. wind tower collapse

Baldacci's vision: A 'new economy'

Manchester city unions organize to fight job cuts

Modular classrooms voted down

Bill would cap consumer-loan interest at 15%

Litchfield voters not in spending mood Tuesday

Litchfield voters not in spending mood Tuesday

Voters don't mince words on budget

Newcomer ousts School Board chief

Newcomer ousts School Board chief

Amherst says no to town, yes to schools

Amherst says no to town, yes to schools

Citizens CEO looks to renew tradition

Hudson voters nix plan to fund Kindergarten

Hudson voters nix plan to fund Kindergarten

Souhegan articles OK'd

New owners for Widow Fletcher's in Hampton

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